Round 3. Formidable poets, but you can only vote for one.
Mine. Have a read 🙂
Originally posted on The RunningFather Blog:
by HisWorld click4source Ɨᗁe ɯᗁiƗe paƗᗁ Cedars are heavy with snow. How the fine fine needles hold. I know to walk as a lite, warm bird, –let the snow be cold. Absurd to walk into first snows. The cedars, domed, and great…
A lovely, sweet poem of loss by Drops of Ink.
Originally posted on Legends of Windemere:
From Wandering Writes They live close to our heart Though we have never met Friends from the ether Connected by words Read off the screen Somehow we found each other And decided to hang out Creating bonds of virtual light That dot the social…
Originally posted on Writings of a Mrs:
Welcome to Stuff It Tuesdays: The Storetry Collaboration Challenge I’d like to thank everyone for the fabulous contributions. I really enjoy reading all of the submissions and putting the ‘Storetry’ (a word that I created, part story, part poetry) together. I only wish…
Just in case you missed it, a poem dedicated to Wendy Bishop, my former teaching and writing mentor, at The Community Storyboard.
For anyone looking to self-publish your poetry (or any other writing for that matter), you may want to read the following post by Jules Jacob: Reality Check? Ms. Jacob’s essay is a response to an article posted in the January/February issue of Poets & Writers magazine by poet and critic Reagan […]
If you are a writer, published or not, this poem is a must-read!
Originally posted on like reading on trains:
Tell us about a thing you’ll never write about. I’ll never tell you about her. I’ll never tell you how she caught my attention by asking for my attention. I’ll never tell about how she looked so cute and beautiful and amazing and…